low intensity laser therapy


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low intensity laser therapy

Any of several lasers that cause photochemical changes in body tissues without producing thermal changes.
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Bradley, "A study of the influence of low intensity laser therapy on painful temporomandibular disorder patients," Laser Therapy, vol.
In clinical practice, the low intensity laser therapy employs doses of 1 to 4J/[cm.sup.2], associated to an output power between 10 and 90 mW, being widely used in various musculoskeletal injuries, in addition to the algic and inflammatory processes [14].
In 1965, Professor Endre Mester began to study the biomodulating effects of low intensity laser therapy (LILT) on human tissue at Semmelweiss University in Budapest.
Low intensity laser therapy. Still not an established clinical tool.
Low intensity laser therapy has been widely applied in dentin hypersensitivity treatment, minimizing the discomfort caused by this clinical problem.
HYPOTHESIS: Alternative Hypothesis: It may be seen that ultrasound therapy with exercises versus low intensity laser therapy with exercises may be effective in treating Subacromial impingement syndrome.
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